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A 45-year-old man presents to his primary care provider for his yearly physical. On exam, the physician discovers a hard, testicular mass on the right testis. On further questioning, the patient remarks that he first noticed it 6 months ago, but did not think he needed to have it examined since it wasn't painful. Transillumination of the scrotum does not reveal translucency. The ultrasound of his right testis is shown in Figure A. Blood work reveals normal AFP and Beta-hCG. Chest radiograph and CT scan do not show positive lymph nodes or distant metastases. Which of the following is the most appropriate next step?
Three month re-imaging
No further workup, instruct patient to return if symptomatic
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